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Spring is here with lots of newsy news!

Good morning, friends and fellow music lovers!

Spring is here with her seesaw days and tiny little flowers popping up everywhere. I am leaning forward into longer days and bursting with excitement for several unique and fun events coming up! Details and big picture news below…

GRATITUDE: March was OVER THE TOP amazing with our She’s Speaking Live Roadshow in 6 cities around the Northwest! This collaboration is a dream come true. We sang, we danced, we laughed, we cried, we snacked, we made musical mischief and magic and basked in the afterglow of gratitude for all of the wonderful audiences and venues who loved us up! HUGE thank you to all the folks who made it happen in Eugene, Longview, WA, Hillsboro, Corvallis, Bend, and Salem and to all who gathered to help us celebrate women’s voices, stories and songs! (I’ll share some video and photos below…) And Portland, we’re comin’ for ya! We have one more concert left and that is April 20 at the beautiful Alberta Rose Theatre… if you’re anywhere near, come on down!


Ok here is the scoop for all the collaboration concerts, solo concerts, and a fabulous workshop coming up soon. More offerings are in the works but here’s what is on the books as of now…Y’all come!! Click on the links below to learn more…

SAT, APRIL 20 – She’s Speaking Live – Alberta Rose Theatre, Portland, ORY’all This. Is. HUGE!!! I can’t even describe the power and energy and spirit-lifting beauty of this collaboration. If you live anywhere near Portland, I hope you’ll come join us! 8 pm downbeat.

TUE, MAY 7 – WORKSHOP!! Fishtrap presents Poetry For Songwriters and Poetry-Curious Artists: An Online Workshop with Beth Wood. 6-8 pm Pacific Time. This offering is for anyone who is curious about poetry and would like to engage with words in a new way. I am so excited to partner with Fishtrap on this offering, an amazing non-profit organization based in Eastern Oregon that puts on workshops, readings, and literary events all year long. Hope you’ll join us!

TUE, MAY 14 – Oregon Symphony Lullaby Project Concert – Alberta Rose Theatre, Portland, OR. I am honored to be a part of this very special collaboration between songwriters, The Oregon SymphonyPath Home and the families they serve to create lullabies and record them with members of the Oregon Symphony! Come join us for a heartwarming community concert showcasing the creative personal lullabies from this year’s Lullaby Project!

SAT, JUNE 1 – Lange Estate Winery and Vineyards – Dundee, OR. A solo concert at this stunningly beautiful winery!

SUN, JUNE 2 – Concerts at the Barn – Kingston, WA. Solo concert at this lovely community barn concert!

THU, JUNE 20 – LIVE at the Love Shack – Bend, OR. Solo show at this beautiful private house concert backyard oasis! Details coming soon.

SUN, JUNE 30 – Little Tree Acoustic House Concerts – Lafayette, CO. Solo concert and a return to this beloved house concert series! Details coming soon.

SAT, JULY 6 – Home By Dark – Alpharetta, GA. A return to beloved HBD, one of my all-time favorite collaborations and long-running concert series!


In the big picture news, this month marks the four-year anniversary of my Patreon community. I can’t believe it. I am SO incredibly grateful for these folks who support and cheer me on in my artistic journey!! Direct support of artists is the most impactful way we can keep the art coming! And I love sharing new works and the stories behind them in this intentional space. To dive beneath the surface and swim there with y’all is a joy. If you want to learn more, and/or let me serenade you twice monthly from the screen of your tiny device, click here!

And other big big news is that I have completed the manuscript for my new book of poetry. WHAT?!?! More on that coming soon but just wanted to share the good news because I am jump-up-and-down excited! Some people train their dogs to run complex agility courses, some people dress up in medieval costumes, some people brew their own beer, some people garden, some people paint sunsets and flowers, some people move their bodies in time through the air. I make poems and then just try to be patient while their form and sequence reveal themselves. It’s my jam! I also love to make readings of said poems out in beautiful places. (I share those on Patreon each month.) I’m excited to share some of those videos with the wide world once this book is in motion!

I’ve also got new songs coming out of my ears and starting to dream on what to do about it. A theme has emerged and it’s got the wheels turning. In this phase of my artistic life I am less inclined to shout things from rooftops and more inclined to make things quietly and then set them free. Capturing the songs the way they come in and sharing them in minimalist fashion feels resonant right now. Hmmmm…I’d love to get your thoughts and ideas on how you like to hear the songs?


omg y’all the Grand Theatre in Salem was so fun with their light show!!

and it was so dreamy to bring our roadshow to my home turf at The Tower Theatre in Bend!

At the gorgeous Watlers Cultural Center in Hillsboro, we all dressed in purple and green, the colors of International Women’s Day! Love this shot by Norm Eder of a tender moment singing with my She’s Speaking co-founders Kristen Grainger and Bre Gregg.

Having a blast in Corvallis at The Whiteside Theatre…

Before soundcheck in Corvallis, I walked across the street to the fabulous bookstore The Book Bin to browse the used poetry section (as one does…) and lo and behold this gem was sitting face out just waiting for me. 🙂 Yes, we are!

They made us a signature cocktail in Salem, woop!

One of my favorite things about our tour is my nightly tiny drummer selfies with the best drummer evah Ward Griffiths! I had just driven over a very snowy mountain pass and made it to Eugene and my excitement could not be contained!

And back home these are springing up all over the place…

I told Hannah there is snow on the ground this morning and she said this…(She’s not wrong.)

Oh my heart!! Dennis captured this video of She’s Speaking at The Tower Theatre doing my tribute song to Aretha Franklin “Long Live The Queen”. I get chill bumps every time!video preview


Thank you for being a part of my life and my creative journey. I feel extraordinarily lucky to get to make art and share it with you and the world. I hope to see your shining face soon!!

With love and gratitude from your fan,

Beth

BW’s August newsy news!

Hello, friends and fellow music lovers!

Wowza, what a summer! SO many fun things happening, and I remain ever grateful that I get to do this thing I love so much…singing and connecting and collaborating through the magic that is music and poetry and community. August is packed full of fun stuff, and I’ll tell you all about it after I dish out some gratitude!

GRATITUDE…Big heaps of thanks to Tom and Norene and all the wonderful folks who attended our front yard concert; to SFF and Big Ponderoo Festival and Sisters Gallery & Frame shop and Paulina Springs Books for a super fun artwalk evening; to Dale & Marean and all of the supporters at our house concert fundraier; to Bruce Swan & Chris Rosser & Karen Morand and all who tuned in to and supported our livestream; to staff and good folks at Fishtrap Writers’ Gathering, and to the amazing She’s Speaking LIVE artists and Music on Main in Portland for one joyful downtown Portland evening!

NEWS…Fun things are coming up in August! All the details are below. Since I play fewer concerts these days, it makes each one even more special. I hope to see you there!

And if these shows are not nearby, you can still see my face singing to you each month on Patreon! I’m still sharing a new song and new poem each month exclusively with patrons! It’s a great way to stay in touch, support my art directly, and hear me sing new songs in videos I make from random outdoor settings, ha!

Fri, Aug 11 – Sisters Hometown Hang w/Dennis McGregor – Sisters, OR. Sisters Folk Festival presents Sisters Hometown Hang – celebrating local music with performances from SkilletheadQuattlebaumBeth Wood and Dennis McGregor, and Skybound Blue. Bring the whole family and come enjoy a fun, relaxed evening of great music! The concert will take place at Sisters Art Works on (SAW) located at 204 W. Adams Ave, Doors open at 5 p.m., show starts at 6 p.m. Food trucks will be on site & beverages will be available for purchase from the SAW bar. No outside food or alcohol, please. Chairs are not provided; bring your low-back festival chairs or blankets. This concert is FREE and open to all!

Fri, Aug 18 & Sat, Aug 19 – HOME BY DARK @ Union Hill Park – Alpharetta, GA. Since 2007, HOME BY DARK has captivated audiences with one of the most powerful and unique concert events in America. Inviting the best songwriters and musicians in the world to its stage, HOME BY DARK is a Nashville meets New York meets L.A. meets Atlanta, storytelling, romantic, pierce your heart, laugh til it hurts, reminds me of momma, dance in the aisle, that’s my favorite song, evening you’ll never forget. Join us for Home By Dark at Union Hill Park with special guests Tommy Sims and Beth Wood! 1590 Little Pine Trail, Alpharetta, GA. 678.665.0040. Music starts at 8 pm. Gates open at 6:30. Table seating only. Click here for tickets and more info. Here’s a little montage of HBD memories through the years…video preview

Mon, Aug 28 – Art Works Yoga with Live Music – Sisters, OR. SFF and Black Butte Chiropractic + Yoga Studio present outdoor yoga with live music at Sisters Art Works (204 W. Adams Ave)! Led by the amazing Phoenix Reis. Class will be 90 minutes, with 40 people max. Attendees should come prepared with a mat, water bottle, and sunscreen. $25. Tickets available here.


I had a wonderful week at Fishtrap studying poetry with our Oregon Poet Laureate Anis Mojgani and our class of fearless poetry swimmers!

This was the only photo I took all week as my hands were busy writing poems, ha! I loved this spot by the river I found…it was my spiritual home base for the week.

And oh what fun we had with She’s Speaking LIVE in Portland at Music on Main!! The dancers alone were so joyful it filled my cup! Playing with these magical humans is so thrilling and exhilarating I can barely describe it! We’re planning a whole mess of PNW shows in spring 2024!


Thank you, thank you for being a part of my creative journey! I hope your summer days include some joy, some dancing, some time for rest. Hope to sing for you soon!

With gratitude from you fan,

Beth Wood

PO Box 551

Sisters, OR 97759

bethwoodmusic@hotmail.com

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Summer Newsy News!

Good morning, friends and fellow music lovers!

Just a quick note to share some fun things coming up…summer is rolling in and the busy season is gearing up! I can’t wait for all the magic, and hope to see you out there!

I’m not playing many shows these days, and that feels just right. I absolutely love having roots, staying put (for the most part!) and tending to the good things happening at home. It makes me treasure it even more every time I get to share music and connect with you!

Here’s what’s coming up below, and you can always go to my website event page for details about fun events coming up.

Fri, June 23 – 4th Friday Artwalk – Sisters, ORDennis McGregor and I will be playing some tunes as part of the 4th Friday Artwalk in celebration of the Big Ponderoo Festival! We’ll set up on Hood Ave in the grass between The Gallery & Frame Shop and Paulina Springs Books! Free and open to all. From 4:30-6 pm so stop on by and say hello!

Tue, June 27 – Livestream Concert – “Music My Mother Would Not Like” hosted by Bruce Swan. MMMWNL celebrates music through artist interviews and a weekly series of streamed concerts featuring 3 artists. It is free to register, but it is a donation-based concert. Viewers will receive a PayPal Link on the day of the show, donations in all amounts are accepted and appreciated. A suggested donation of $25 is appreciated. 5 pm Pacific/8 pm Eastern. Also featured will be Karen Morand and Chris Rosser! Many of you know Chris Rosser is one of my musical heros and my favorite songwriter. If you haven’t heard him yet, I promise you need to! The beauty of livestream is that we can all be together no matter where we are, and I appreciate that connection point so much! Click here to register.

Sat, July 15 – Summer Fishtrap Gathering of Writers – Wallawa Lake, OR. The Summer Fishtrap Gathering of Writers is held annually at Wallowa Lake at the edge of the Eagle Cap Wilderness Area. Each year, authors and instructors come to Wallowa County from around the country to provide intensive instruction and inspiration to a small group of writers. The evening programs are open to the public and free of charge (with the exception of Friday’s keynote by Jamie Ford.) Saturday evening’s program will include a reading from Luis Alberto Urrea, and music with Kate Power & Steve Einhorn and BW! 7:30 pm.

Sun, July 23 – Tom & Norene’s House Concert – Sisters, OR w/Dennis McGregor. A beautiful outdoor house concert hosted by incredibly gracious hosts Tom and Norene Gonsiewski! We played in their gorgeous paradise/yard last summer and had the best time. We are so lucky to have generous music lovers like Tom & Norene in our community! Can’t wait to return to share an evening of music and laughter with you in this beautiful setting!

Tom and Norene say…As always, all concerts are held in our yard, 287 W Jefferson Ave., Sisters. The concerts are from 6-8 and the requested donation is $20. 100% of the proceeds go to the musicians. Doors open at 5:15 so come early to grab your favorite spot, have a sip of something and visit with friends. If you would like to, come early with an appetizer, cookies or a dessert. Your contribution will be appreciated. Then we will all be ready to listen at 6:00. You supply your chair, goodies to share, or for yourselves, and your beverages. We will supply the space, bathrooms, water and some cookies. If you would like to make cookies to share, you are welcome to bring them too. Children are very welcome at no charge, but please leave your doggies at home. Please email us at tom.norene@gmail.com with your intention to come and the size of your party, so that we can save you a space on the lawn! We can comfortably fit up to 80, and we want you to spread the word, so help us reserve your space first! With love for the music, —Tom and Norene Gonsiewski

Wed, July 26 – She’s Speaking Live @ Music On Main – Portland, OR. Join us for this joyful celebration of women in music! This She’s Speaking Live show features LaRhonda Steele, Bre Gregg, Liz Chibucos, Arietta Ward, and Naomi LaViolette and lil lol me! This show is a special one – it will make you laugh, cry and dance! Portland’5 free outdoor concerts are held on Main Street next to Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall—between Southwest Broadway and Park Avenue in downtown Portland. Open to the public and the concerts run from 5pm to 7pm. All ages are welcome to attend. Seating is available on a first come, first-served basis—tickets are not required. Food and drinks (including alcohol for those 21+ w/ ID) are available on site. Tables are reserved for food and beverage patrons. Table service begins at 4pm. Y’all I can’t wait to sing with these amazing humans again!!

And on August 18 & 19, I get to return to beloved Home By Dark concert series in Alpharetta, GA for two shows!! Also with songwriter/bassist extraordinaire Tommy Sims! If you are anywhere near Alpharetta or Atlanta area on Aug 18 & 19, y’all come join us! Since 2007, HOME BY DARK has captivated audiences with one of the most powerful and unique concert events in America. Inviting the best songwriters and musicians in the world to its stage, HOME BY DARK is a Nashville meets New York meets L.A. meets Atlanta, storytelling, romantic, pierce your heart, laugh til it hurts, reminds me of momma, dance in the aisle, that’s my favorite song, evening you’ll never forget. 1590 Little Pine Trail, Alpharetta, GA. 678.665.0040. Music starts at 8 pm. Gates open at 6:30.Table seating only. Click here for tickets and more info.

OTHER NEWS…

I’m thrilled beyond measure to be attending Summer Fishtrap Gathering of Writers to study poetry with our current Oregon poet laureate Anis Mojgani! I’m so excited to learn and make connections and open myself even more to the transformative power of poetry. I am learning the importance of following my curiosity, and this is where it is leading me next!

It was such a special treat to be a guest on Anne Sibley‘s Songwriting Podcast last month! We had a wonderful conversation about creativity and songs and rivers and the healing power of songwriting. Anne is a warm and encouraging, insightful and intuitive writer and teacher, and a soul sister in song for sure! You can listen to the podcast here.

I was so delighted to get to do a songwriting residency at Black Butte School this spring! Special thanks to Jennie Sharp and the teachers at BBS for helping me write songs with the kiddos! What fun we had writing and singing about the Metolius River and sharing our songs for their families last week!

I’m always sharing new and unreleased songs and poems and musings over on my Patreon where I am creating music, poetry, community and delight in small things…I hope you’ll come check it out and join us! It is a wonderful way to support my art, and I am so grateful for my dear patrons!

And finally, Hannah is still very cute, and she will turn 6 years old next week! I can’t believe it’s been almost two years since that little pumpkin marched into my life and stole my heart. She has come such a long way, and we are learning so much about each other. Her favorite hobbies are hunting bunnies, shredding cardboard, eating, and napping. This girl knows how to live her best life!

Thank you, Heaven McArthur for the Hannah photo and the photos with D above. And thank you, Norm Eder for the black and white photo above.

And thank YOU for reading and for cheering me on. I hope to connect with you soon! May we all find a little time for nourishing our spirits and for PLAY in these beautiful summer days!

With gratitude from your fan,

Beth Wood

PO Box 551

Sisters, OR 97759

bethwoodmusic@hotmail.com

BW World Headquarters: bethwoodmusic.com

Join my Patreon here!

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Newsy News for May and beyond…

Greetings, friends and fellow music lovers!

FINALLY, spring is emerging, and Hannah is fulfilling her dream of full-time bunny patrol ha! 🙂 There is much to be grateful for, much to reflect on. Here’s a little update from my world…

GRATITUDE…Big-hearted thanks to all at Lange Estate Winery for hosting me again! Days like this I have to pinch myself and wonder how I got to be so lucky to be invited to share original music and poetry in a gorgeous, warm setting like this surrounded by generous folks and delicious wine?!? Thank you Don & Wendy, Adriane, Ronnie, and all the gracious staff and listeners!


NEWS…It’s impossible to put into words how much gratitude and joy I feel for the She’s Speaking family of amazing artists, all of the venues that hosted us in March, and all of the wonderful folks who came out to cheer us on and celebrate women’s voices with us. This collaboration is a labor of love, a dream come true, and a necessary convergence. We remain committed to creating forums for women’s voices and stories to be lifted up and celebrated! To that end, we are working on a 2024 She’s Speaking Live roadshow that will include even more places than before including Corvallis, Hillsboro, Bend, Longview, WA and more! STAY TUNED!!

I’m super excited for our upcoming Oregon Symphony Lullaby Project concert in Portland on Tuesday, May 16! We had a wonderful recording session with the Oregon Symphony players last month. It is an uplifting, emotional and tender thing to help someone write a song for their children, and then to hear the arrangement of the song come to life with symphony players! This year I co-wrote a song with Eva called “Your Blue, Blue Eyes” about her son Jayce. I can’t wait for you to hear it. This is a free concert at The Alberta Rose Theatre, starting at 6:30 pm. (click here to reserve your seats!)

Here’s a little video from our recording session at Hallowed Halls in Portland that captures the work of Lullaby Project so beautifully!

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April was poetry month, and I was honored to be included in a beautiful article called “How Poets Pen the Grief Experience“. Evermore is a national, nonpartisan nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of bereaved children and families. For National Poetry Month, editor and poet Jena Kirkpatrick shone a light on poetry and she invited me to share. I am deeply honored to be included in this beautiful piece alongside Nathan Brown, Naomi Shihab Nye, Regie Gibson, Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer, and Brady Peterson. Poetry forever!

And I’m continuing to have fun sharing new things on Patreon! Come on over and see what musical and poetic mischief we are up to!


Summer is coming and it’s going to be SO FUN! Great things are brewing including some private house concerts, a couple of fun shows in Sisters with Dennis McGregor (woop!), a She’s Speaking Live outdoor show in Portland, and another visit/collaboration with my amazingly talented friends at Home By Dark in Alpharetta, GA! Here’s little preview of things to come…details can be found on my tour page!

Tue, May 16 – Oregon Symphony Lullaby Project Concert – Portland, OR

Sun, Jul 23 – BW & Dennis McGregor @ Tom & Norene’s House Concert – Sisters, OR

Wed, July 26 – She’s Speaking Live @ Music On Main – Portland, OR

Fri, Aug 18 & Sat, Aug 19 – Home By Dark – Alpharetta, GA


My birthday is coming up and it’s got me reflecting on how grateful I am for this life centered around music, poetry and art. When I started out twenty-five years ago, I wanted to take on the world! And now I just want to wrap my arms around it. I want to find ways to create beauty, share joy and sorrow, remember our interconnectedness, make things together. Thank you for continuing to encourage and support me as my mission grows and changes. Thank you for cheering me on!

Yours in gratitude and in song,

Beth Wood

PO Box 551

Sisters, OR 97759

bethwoodmusic@hotmail.com

BW World Headquarters: bethwoodmusic.com

Join my Patreon here!

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March is full of newsy goodness!

Hello, friends and fellow music lovers!

I am SO EXCITED about March because that means I get to play and sing with She’s Speaking Live…it’s an absolute dream come true!

Here’s our closing number from last year with the ever-powerful First Lady of Portland Blues and Oregon Music Hall of Fame honoree LaRhonda Steele leading us! I can’t believe get to sing with this kick-ass band!!

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We have four very special Shes’ Speaking Live shows we have coming up in March in celebration of Women’s History Month! If you are anywhere near these cities, I hope you’ll join us! And if you are not close by, thank you for cheering us on from afar! If you are interested, there are lots of other ways to get involved! Here is all the info…

Join us for four special evenings of a celebration of women in song! Eight phenomenal Oregon women songwriters backed by a kick-ass band will share original songs inspired by women and pay tribute to some of their musical sheroes. This inspiring collaboration will touch your heart and get your toes tapping while honoring the power of women’s voices and stories.

Started during the shutdown in 2020 by Oregon singer-songwriters Bre Gregg, Kristen Grainger, and Beth Wood, She’s Speaking creates forums/spaces where women’s voices and artistry can be heard by all people.

Featuring…

Arietta Ward, Naomi LaViolette , Liz Chibucos, Lisa Mann, Bre Gregg , LaRhonda Steele , Kristen Grainger , Beth Wood backed by drummer Ward Griffiths and guitarists Dan Gildea and Dan Wetzel. Learn all about our amazing line-up here! 


Sat, March 18 – Lincoln City Cultural Center – Lincoln City, OR. 540 NE Hwy 101. Reserved theatre style seating $25. LCCC Membership Discounts and complimentary tickets will apply. For details, call 541-994-9994. 7 pm. Tickets and info here!

Sun, March 19 – Salem Public Library, Loucks Auditorium – Salem, OR. **Matinee show** 585 Liberty Street Southeast. General admission, no reserved seating. $20 suggested donation (a ticket purchased from this site). 2 pm. Tickets and info here! 

Sat, March 25 – Alberta Rose Theatre – Portland, OR. 3000 NE Alberta.
$25 Advance $30 At the Door. Minors ok with Parent or Guardian. 8 pm. Tickets and info here!

Sun, Marc 26 – River City Theatre – Ilwaco, WA. **Matinee show** 127 Lake St SE. Presented by Peninsula Arts Center. Trio show with Kristen Grainger, Bre Gregg, and Beth Wood. Accompanied by incredible guitarists Dan Gildea (Red Bird) and Dan Wetzel (Kristen Grainger & True North). Seating is limited to 60 people. Reservations: email events@peninsulaartscenter.org, call Bill at 360 901 0962. $20. 4 pm.


Check out this awesome article about our roadshow in the Statesman Journal!

Also here’s a website I created for all things She’s Speaking.

And here’s a fun video we made about our mission and our first ever life concert last year!

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Co-founder Kristen Grainger had this to say in a recent interview: “”We want to be a visible, joyful, strong and compelling example for anyone, not just young girls,” Grainger said. “Young boys need to see important, meaningful contributions to music by women, too.” HECK YES!!!

This collaboration has been an infinite source of joy and inspiration for me! I hope to see you out there at one of these shows!

And if you’d like to keep up with all of my creative works and news, join us here on Patreon!

Yours in joy and in song,

Beth Wood

PO Box 551

Sisters, OR 97759

bethwoodmusic@hotmail.com

BW World Headquarters: bethwoodmusic.com

Join my Patreon here!

Here’s my face on Facebook

And my face is moving on YouTube

I barely know how but here I am on Instagram

Same goes for Twitter but I give up

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New Year, New Newsy Newsletter!

Hello, friends and fellow music lovers!

Here we are in 2023, can you believe it?! I’m so excited for all the possibility this new year brings!

Lots of fun things are brewing, and I’m excited to tell you all about it! These days I am visioning what I want my year in music and poetry to look like, and much of what I love and treasure about music is already in play! Collaborations, workshops, opportunities to experience music and poetry in community, fun concerts…it’s happening, woop!

I love being an artist/poet/performing singer-songwriter/creative free spirit, and it turns out I also love working a regular part-time job as the Events Coordinator at our town’s beloved Paulina Springs Books! I am so grateful that I get to feel rooted and also spread my wings! My task now is finding and maintaining balance between these parts of me.

BIG GRATITUDE to everyone who came out to our Nature Of Gratitude collaborative event in Eugene and my concert with Halie Loren that followed. What a wonderful spirit lift it was! And thanks to all who joined us for Winter Solstice Restorative Yoga with poetry and music! It was a joy to collaborate with my friend and local yogi Phoenix Reis and to create space for rest and contemplation. More of that please! 🙂

Here’s some fun stuff brewing…

Feb 21 – March 28 – Songwriting In Community: A 6-Week Workshop/Playshop in Sisters, OR! I am honored and thrilled to partner with Sisters Folk Festival to offer this in-person class! We will gather on Tuesday evenings from 6:30-8:30 Feb 21 through March 28 at the Sisters ArtWorks JAM studio (204 W. Adams Ave)! We will explore tools for beginnings and engage in wordplay and writing exercises. We’ll refine our awareness in noticing the choices that songwriters make. We will write, share, listen and learn from each other. I LOVE sharing what I have learned and what works for me in songwriting. I love supporting other songwriters in their creative process and in sharing their work. I love what happens when people who love songs gather to geek out about songs! And I believe we have much to learn from working together. Maximum of 12 participants. $150 per person with pay-what-you-can option available. Please holler at me if you have any questions? Click here for more info and to register.

In poetry news, I’m excited to delve more deeply into poetry this year and bring my next book project to light. (Who knows, it might even be two books!) I hope to attend the Summer Fishtrap Gathering of Writers workshop this summer in Eastern Oregon to study and to meet more writers. And I’m super excited we are hosting our first poetry open mic at the bookstore on Feb 23! We’ll have a wonderful featured poet – Donna Henderson reading from her new work, and also open it up for others to share poems they have written or poems they love. One of my goals is to find more ways to connect through poetry, so I hope to host many more events like this!

In performing news, I’m continuing my collaboration and musical mischief with the She’s Speaking project! As you may remember, friends Bre GreggKristen Grainger and I created She’s Speaking during the shutdown of 2020 with the mission to create forums/spaces where women’s voices and artistry can be heard by all people. We had our first She’s Speaking Live show in November of 2021 and it was incredible!! We blew the roof off that place ha! We’re thrilled to announce that we’ll be doing several She’s Speaking Live concerts this March in celebration of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day! These concerts feature eight Oregon women singer-songwriters backed by a killer band to share original songs inspired by women and to pay tribute to some of our musical sheroes. We will be returning to the great Alberta Rose Theatre in Portland along with the Lincoln City Cultural Center, and Loucks Auditorium in Salem. We’re also presenting a small three-songwriter version of She’s Speaking Live with us three founders (Bre Gregg, Kristen Grainger and lil ol me) backed by the incredible Dan Gildea and Dan Wetzel in Ilwaco, WA. Stay tuned for more details. SO MUCH FUN!!

Here’s a video we made after our first She’s Speaking Live concert…

I can’t believe how I lucky I am to get to return to beautiful Lange Winery in April for a concert. And I still LOVE playing house concerts and listening room shows, looking forward to playing a private house concert in Bend this summer and hopefully more. And…my heart is soaring thinking about returning to my beloved Home By Dark in August to make music with my good friends in Georgia at my favorite concert series! I’m looking forward to playing shows that feel delicious, healthy and fun! Check out the events page on my website for all of the latest info.

I’m continuing to host virtual song circles, and our next one will be on January 25. These are great opportunities for sharing, listening, and connecting with other songwriters. Originals and covers and poetry are welcome. You can even come and just listen!! Holler at me at bethwoodmusic@hotmail.com if you’d like to join us.


These days my main way to connect with folks through my music and poetry continues to be Patreon. I’m sharing a new video/song and a new poem every month, and this has been so amazing for my writing practice! If you haven’t checked it out yet, I hope you will try something new! I’m doing fewer concerts these days, and most folks don’t buy CDs anymore, so this is a way to offer direct support that helps to keep me going. And hopefully I can bring you some joy/light/beauty in return.

Check out this fun video we made at song camp! Sisters Folk Festival and The Source Weekly teamed up to make a video series called Music On The Metolius, and this episode features Dennis McGregorJustin Farren, and lil ol me having a blast chatting about songwriting and swapping tunes! Check out all of the videos here on their YouTube playlist!

Friends, I’m so grateful to you for walking beside me on my creative journey! I’m being drawn to finding ways to build community and connect around music and poetry, and it feels so energizing! Less about “me, me, me” and more about “you, you, you” and “us, us, us!” I’ve seen the power of creative expression in action, and I believe music belongs to everyone, and we belong to it. Same with poetry. May we all find more belonging and more time for things that light us up!

As always, I love hearing from you. I hope to connect with you soon!

Yours in gratitude and in song,

B

Beth Wood

PO Box 551

Sisters, OR 97759

bethwoodmusic@hotmail.com

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May your 2023 be full of rainbows.


Hannah really enjoyed our restorative yoga practice


Here’s wishing you a Happy New Year from us two goofballs!

End of 2022 Newsy Newsletter

Hello, friends and fellow music lovers!

(and thank you, Heaven McArthur for the photo!)

Greetings from snowy Sisters where it feels like we’re living inside a snow-globe! We have tumbled head-first into winter and I’m doing my best to keep up. It’s hard to resist going to bed at 8 pm these days, do ya feel me?

I’ve got some fun things to share! I’ll start with gratitude for Cosy Sheridan and everyone at the Moab Folk Camp! What a wonderful time it was gathering and singing together, swimming in songs and poetry and each other’s company all week in that magical red dirt place. Special thanks to Cosy for believing in me and to Trish and Charlie and all of the support staff and instructors and campers who made it happen! I didn’t take one single photo, ha!! which only speaks to how much of a good time I had!

There are only a few events left this year before we turn the page, and I’ve got a fun new video to share. Here’s what’s happening!

Sun, Nov 20 – The Nature Of Gratitude @ Tsunami Books – Eugene, OR. 2585 Willamette St. 541-345-8986. Nature-inspired authors Eric Alan and Tom Titus will host the 7th annual “The Nature of Gratitude.” Tom and Eric will offer their annual perspectives on gratitude from their own writings and photography, and will embrace the contributions of poet Jorah LaFleur, writer Melissa Hart, with musical interludes by Halie Loren w/Daniel Gallo and Beth Wood. The awareness cause for this year’s program will be the Center for Community Counseling, a Eugene nonprofit organization dedicated to the critical mission of providing mental health services for those with no other means of support. Donations are encouraged. 3-5 pm.

Sun, Nov 20 – Co-bill will Halie Loren @Tsunami Books – Eugene, OR. 2585 Willamette St. 541-345-8986. Eugene favorite Halie Loren is an international, award-winning jazz singer/songwriter whose artistry is versatile, original, and luminous. I’m so stoked to share the stage with Halie again! Tickets $20; drop by the store or call 541-345-8986 to reserve. 7:30 pm.

Sun, Dec 4 – The Glory of Christmas – Oregon Repertory Singers (Special guest soloist) – Portland, OR. First United Methodist Church
1838 SW Jefferson St. What a thrill! I will be performing my holiday song LOVE IS LOVE (THE CHRISTMAS EVE SONG) with the Oregon Repertory Singers as part of their Glory Of Christmas concert! Dec 4 only. Special thanks to Naomi LaViolette for arranging this song for choir (remember our duet version we released last year??)! Oregon Repertory Singers is a premier choral arts non-profit organization that performs music both rare and recognizable, encompassing a multitude of eras, languages, and musical styles. Tickets starting at $25 available here. 4 pm.

Wed, Dec 7 – Virtual Song Circle – The Interwebs. Hey friends, let’s gather around for a virtual song circle! I’ve missed trading songs with you, and what better time than these long, dark evenings to gather and share!? Songs need to be heard, and songwriters need community! Let’s meet on Zoom to gather by the virtual campfire and share some songs. The purpose of this gathering is simply sharing songs with and listening to each other. Attendance will be capped at 10 people, and the circle will go approximately two hours. Please email me at bethwoodmusic@hotmail.com to reserve your spot, and I will send you the Zoom link. There is no cost to attend! Free-will donations of $5-10 will be joyfully accepted (Venmo: @bethwoodmusic or https://www.paypal.me/bethwoodmusic) 7-9 pm Pacific Time.


I’m so excited to share this video I did in collaboration with The Jeremy Wilson Foundation and photographer Norm Eder for JWF’s “Every Artist Has A Story” video series! It was so much fun to team up with them on this, and it’s such a lovely work of art they made. I’d love to hear what you think!?

Jeremy Wilson Foundation does AMAZING work in Oregon and SW Washington to support musicians and music industry workers during times of medical or health-related crises. We are SO lucky to have this organization helping us through hard times as we know many musicians and music workers live close to the bone. Here’s the JWF website if you’d like to learn more! And you can sign up for their email list here.


Have you checked out my new album yet?? I am still SOOO excited about this one! Click on the album image to take a listen! And you can order a CD directly from me here! 


We’re still cookin’ up some fun stuff over at She’s Speaking headquarters! In continuing our tradition of amplifying women’s voices, last month we started highlighting new works from our She’s Speaking artists. Check out our YouTube channel for new songs by Arietta Ward and Jaspar Lepak, with more to come!

And we’re super excited to be performing again as She’s Speaking Live in Portland and Lincoln City in March! Click here to check out our events.


And here’s a little Thanksgiving Day prayer poem for all.


With these cold days and longer nights, I’m looking forward to turning inward and to resting. It has taken me so long to learn how to rest! Is it like that for you?

You may have noticed I am not out and about touring as much, and that is intentional. I have loved exploring what it means to stay in one place and to put roots down. I am no longer interested in chasing after something, but rather in making meaning where I am, deepening connection, and nurturing relationships and community. I’m taking time to make decisions about events rather than trying to fill up my calendar.

I still love music and performing and recording! And I always will. Now I want to do those things in a way that feels healthy, delicious, fun and correct. I’ll continue to keep you posted on happenings as they emerge!

The best way to keep up with what I am creating is on Patreon. Patrons always see and hear stuff I’m working on first, and I send a new song and a new poem each month to patrons before I share it anywhere else. Check it out here! 

Wishing you a time of rest and renewal! With heaps of gratitude from your fan,

B

p.s. Hannah says keep it cozy, y’all!

Beth Wood

PO Box 551

Sisters, OR 97759

bethwoodmusic@hotmail.com

BW World Headquarters: bethwoodmusic.com

Join my Patreon here!

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Oct/Nov Newsy Newsletter

Greetings, friends and fellow music lovers!

I can’t believe it’s already the middle of October! We are savoring these golden days of autumn here in Sisters, grateful for clear skies and warm afternoons. I know the chill is right around the corner, so it makes every warm flip-flop day feel like a miracle. 🙂

SO many wonderful things have happened since my last newsletter, and I owe heaps of gratitude to many fine folks, including…Tom & Norene, Suttle Lodge, James Casto and the Home By Dark family, Monica Hayes and all magical humans with the Oregon Symphony Lullaby Project, Mark & Jeanne, Sisters Folk Festival and all the wonderful new and old friends at song camp.

It has been so fun launching my new album “Love Is Onto You” into the world! It is available now everywhere you stream or download music, and if you prefer to listen to a CD, you can order one from me directly here.

And here is a lovely article about my new album by our local paper, The Nugget News!


I’ve got a few fun things coming up I want to share with you! I’ll be in Portland, Eugene, and Moab, UT in the coming months, hope to see you there!

Sun, Oct 23 – Songwriters-in-the-Round with Cal Scott & Richard Moore – Artichoke Music in Portland, OR. This long-running series is SO MUCH FUN! Cal & Richard hosted this popular songwriter-in-the-round series for 11 years at O’Conner’s in Multnomah Village, and now they have moved to Artichoke! I have been their guest many times, and we are so excited that we finally get to play together again! 2007 SE Powell Blvd. 503-232-8845. $20. Doors are at 6:30pm, music at 7. Seating is first come, first served. In the case of a sold-out event patrons may be required to share tables. For parties of 4 or more please call ahead to make reservations. Beer, wine, soft drinks, and light snacks are available for purchase in the café. Click here for ticket info.

Oct 30 – Nov 4 – Moab Folk Camp – Moab, UT. I am SO excited to be teaching songwriting and poetry at this year’s Moab Folk Camp! Moab Folk Camp is a community of music and song offering a supportive environment where you can experience the joy of making music and learning new skills in a caring community. YES! Instructors are ​Joe Craven, Cosy Sheridan, Greg Schochet, Susie Burke, Eric Jones, Mandy Danzig, Anke Summerhill, Charlie Koch, Jon Fuller, and lil ol me. Registration is closed, but you can get on a waiting list here.

Sun, Nov 20 – An evening with Halie Loren & Beth Wood – Tsunami Books – Eugene, OR. I’m super excited to share the stage with Eugene’s own Halie Loren, jazz singer and songwriter extraordinaire. 7 pm doors, 7:30 music. $20. Drop by the store or call 541-345-8986 to reserve seats.

Sun, Nov 20 – The Nature Of Gratitude – Tsunami Books – Eugene, OR. Also earlier that same day, I’m delighted to be a part of “The Nature Of Gratitude” hosted by Eric Alan and Tom Titus. This gathering of artists, writers, poets and musicians will offer perspectives on gratitude through essays, photography, song and poetry. Donations welcome. 3 pm.


I want to share a song from our Oregon Symphony Lullaby Project Community Concert! It was one of the most beautiful, soul-filling afternoons of music I’ve ever been a part of! We also had a lovely recording session last month in Portland, and the album will be coming out soon. I will keep you posted!

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Also I made a few videos to go along with the release of my new album! If you haven’t already done so, will you subscribe to my YouTube channel here? It’s free and it helps me get more visibility when people subscribe!

Here is the lyric video for my first single “Love Keeps The Flame”…

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And the lyric video for my second single “The Speed Of Lonely”…

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And finally a wonderful video of my third and final single “Keep The Change” created by Jon Meyer…

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As always, the best way to keep up with all of my new works and happenings is through Patreon. You can become a member for as little as $1 a month or whatever works for your budget! I may be touring and traveling less these days, but I am creating more than ever and I would love to share with you!

Thank you for reading this and for cheering me on through the years! Sending gratitude across the miles…with love from your fan,

Beth Wood

PO Box 551

Sisters, OR 97759

bethwoodmusic@hotmail.com

BW World Headquarters: bethwoodmusic.com

Join my Patreon here!

Here’s my face on Facebook

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I barely know how but here I am on Instagram

Same goes for Twitter but I give up

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Love this Home By Dark crew in Georgia! We had two AMAZING evenings together in Alpharetta and I’m still floating in the clouds!

I think this tree is singing!

This little rascal still likes napping in the dirt even though I bought her a fancy elevated bed for outside, ha!! Her cuteness absolves all shenanigans…

NEW ALBUM DAY, Y’ALL!

Good morning, friends!

Today is new album day!! I am thrilled to share with you LOVE IS ONTO YOU, my 15th album and a collaboration effort that is dear to my heart.

Click on this link to find the album on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, and all platforms for streaming and downloading.

And as I celebrate, I find myself befuddled by this funny music industry. What is an album anymore? What is a release? Who cares, ha!

I am so energized by music and songs and collaboration and community, like a 1000 watt light bulb. And I loooove the format of an album that allows the arc of a story, an emotional and energetic ebb and flow. So I made something and I want to share it with you.

I get tripped up on the language around releasing new music. I don’t want to “drop” anything! I want to envelop it in a basket of marshmallows and feathers and gently place it at your doorstep while you are sleeping so you wake up to something someone made just for you. I want to bow with it in my hands and reach out in offering, showing my reverence and gratitude to you for receiving it. I want to let it go so it can sing to you.

These days I don’t want to push, I just want to let things be. So here’s a little light to pass along from my heart to yours. I am so proud of this collaboration with these amazing folks… Tyler Fortier, Keith Banning, David Jacobs-Strain, Thaddeus Moore, Nate Barnes, Milo Fultz, Pillippe Bronchtein, Brent McGregor, Kara Mickaelson, Dennis McGregor, Sally Sunsten, and all of my wonderful patrons. In the midst of extreme isolation, we made this together, and it feels like a miracle.

LOVE IS ONTO YOU is available now on all platforms for streaming and download. If you still like listening to ol-fashioned CDs, I’d be happy to send you one. You can order from me here!

I hope you like it. I made it for you!

Here’s a little video I made to announce the album release.


Also one more note…I’ve got two shows coming up this weekend in Alpharetta, GA, just north of Atlanta. Saturday is sold out, but there are tickets left for Friday. This concert series is very special to me, and I cherish all the times I have gotten to make music with the amazing musician humans at Home By Dark! This will be an unforgettable experience at Union Hill Park in Alpharetta with lil ol me and the most amazing band ever. Old songs, new songs, laughter, tears, harmonies, and chill bump moments will be happening all night long! Tickets and info here.


Thank you for cheering me on in all of my creative adventures and for receiving my new work so lovingly. And thank you for sharing my new album with your music loving friends! Yours in gratitude and in song,

b

Beth Wood

PO Box 551

Sisters, OR 97759

bethwoodmusic@hotmail.com

BW World Headquarters: bethwoodmusic.com

Join my Patreon here!

Here’s my face on Facebook

And my face is moving on YouTube

I barely know how but here I am on Instagram

Same goes for Twitter but I give up

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And thank you, Heaven McArthur for the photo above!

New Album Coming Out This Month! Plus…August newsy news!

Hello, friends and fellow music lovers! I hope you are staying cool out there and finding time to play. There is a lot going on here at BW world headquarters, so here goes!

I’m releasing a new album on August 30, WOOP! And I’ll be releasing three singles from that album as we lead up to the release date. Aaaand I’ve got some wonderful events coming up, too. More about all this below…


GRATITUDE: Large heaps of gratitude to these wonderful folks who have made my life more delicious…Jeff & Norm and all at Becker Canyon Driveway concerts, Oregon Poetry Association, DJ Jim & Jive Radio & Cascades Radio Hour and High Desert Music Hall and Dennis McGregor, Don & Wendy & Adrianne & Ronnie & all the wonderful staff and people at Lange Winery.


THE BIG NEWS: A new album coming out Aug 30, woop!! Y’all, I am SO EXCITED to share LOVE IS ONTO YOU with you. I recorded these songs with just me and a guitar here in Sisters at Keith Banning’s studio (thank you, Keith!) as acoustic offerings for my patrons. Then I asked my extremely talented friend and collaborator Tyler Fortier to add some sparkle to these songs. We asked a few musicians (Milo Fultz, Nate Barnes, David Jacobs-Strain and Phillipe Bronchtein) to help us out by recording their parts remotely, and then Tyler sifted through the magic to create the album LOVE IS ONTO YOU. We were never in the same room, let alone zip code, and that speaks to our history of trust. I am so blown away by what these amazing musicians created!

SO…LOVE IS ONTO YOU will be available on all the usual platforms for streaming and downloading and purchasing on August 30. However, I have the CDs in my hands right now! So if you would like a CD, I would love to send you one!

ALBUM PRE-SALE: For a new CD, please send $20 via PayPal or Venmo (@bethwoodmusic, last 4 digits are 0595). Be sure to include your mailing address. And if you would like to buy the download directly from me, I’d be happy to send you the files! Please send $10 via via PayPal or Venmo. Holler at me at bethwoodmusic@hotmail.com if you have any questions?

I’m offering this new album free to patrons in whatever format they choose! So if you’re curious about Patreon (a subscription to my music and poetry), now’s a good time to check it out and sign up, and I’ll send the the album as a bonus!

Here is the gorgeous artwork for the front and back covers! Front photo by Dennis McGregor and back photo by Brent McGregor and Kara Mickaelsen.

Click here to listen to the title track if you want a little taste!

And here’s a little lyric video teaser I created for the first single LOVE KEEPS THE FLAME coming out on Aug 2. If you use Spotify, you can pre-save the single here. If not, no worries!

I’ll try not to inundate you with emails and updates between now and release date ha! But I’m just so dang excited.

Tue, Aug 9 – Keep The Change – single release

Tue, Aug 23 – The Speed Of Lonely – single release

Tue, Aug 30 – LOVE IS ONTO YOU – album release

Please follow me on your favorite streaming platforms to hear these new releases when they go live!

AUGUST EVENTS

Mon-Fri, Aug 15-19 – The Nature of Expression Creativity Camp – Sisters, OR. An opportunity for youth going into grades 5-8 to explore art, music, creative writing and nature. Hosted by Sisters Folk Festival. I am so excited to collaborate with amazing artist Judy Fuentes again for a week of creativity and fun! Camp is sold out but you can email dave@sistersfolkfestival.org to be put on the waiting list.

Wed, Aug 24 – The Suttle Lodge – Sisters, OR. I love this stunningly beautiful place in Deschutes National Forest about 20 minutes outside of Sisters! I’ll be playing at the rustic village (near the cluster of little green cabins) from 5-7 pm. Free and no tickets needed. $20 for the BBQ. The guest brewery is one of my favorites, Pfriem Family Brewers from Hood River!

Sun, Aug 28 – Backyard House Concert – Sisters, OR. With Dennis McGregor. A beautiful outdoor house concert hosted by Tom and Norene Gonsiewski! Tom and Norene say…All concerts are held in our yard, 287 W Jefferson Ave., Sisters. All proceeds go to the musicians, you supply your chair, blanket, snacks and beverages and spread the word to your friends. We will supply the space, bathrooms, water and cookies. If you would like to make cookies to share, you are welcome to bring them too. Children are very welcome at no charge, but please leave your doggies at home. Come early and visit with friends and enjoy a cookie, then we can all get ready to listen. Please email us with your intention to come and the size of your party, so that we can save you a space on the lawn! We can comfortably fit up to 90, and we want you to spread the word, so help us reserve your space first! From 6-8 pm. Requested donation is $20 per person.

Fri & Sat, Sep 2 & 3 – Home By Dark at Union Hill Park – Alpharetta, GA. 1590 Little Pine Trail. 678.665.0040. Home By Dark is my favorite concert series EVER, and I am thrilled to return to make some musical mischief with my friends! Since 2007, HOME BY DARK has captivated audiences with one of the most powerful and unique concert events in America. Inviting the best songwriters and musicians in the world to its stage, HOME BY DARK is a Nashville meets New York meets L.A. meets Atlanta, storytelling, romantic, pierce your heart, laugh til it hurts, reminds me of momma, dance in the aisle, that’s my favorite song, evening you’ll never forget. Music starts at 8 pm. Gates open at 6:30. Table seating only. Saturday is sold out. Click here for Friday tickets and more info.

SOME RANDOM PICS

My favorite practice spot…

This is what Hannah thinks of summer…

Well, we didn’t get any pics from our Cascades Radio Hour show at High Desert Music Hall, but we did get to do a photo shoot with the amazing Heaven McArthur! Love these shots…

And I love these pics of Hannah Laroo! Guess what, y’all? Aug 21 will be our first anniversary of the day I brought her home! She has brought me so much joy and laughter and companionship and comfort, and I am SO grateful for this little character!


Friends, I have to say I am overwhelmed with gratitude to still be able to make music and share it with you and to be a part of these amazing concerts and workshops. The music business has always been a mystery to me, and quite frankly it has chafed against my skin like an ill-fitting pair of burlap pants. 🙂 The pandemic allowed me to shift my thinking and my approach, and I’m doing things on my own terms now. I feel like the luckiest woman in the world to have this direct connection with you through music. I hope to nurture that connection for many years to come!

With big heaps of gratitude,

b

Down the road a piece…

Sun, Sep 11 – Oregon Symphony Lullaby Project Concert – Portland, OR

Sun, Sep 18 – Private House Concert – Olympia, WA

Mon-Thu Sep 26-29 – Americana Song Academy – Camp Sherman, OR

Sun, Oct 2 – Sisters Folk Festival Community Celebration – Sisters OR

Sun, Oct 23 – Songwriters-In-The-Round w/Cal Scott & Richard Moore – Portland, OR

Sun-Fri, Oct 30 – Nov 4 – Moab Folk Camp – Moab, UT


p.s. if you want a good laugh here’s our blooper reel from when we tried to make a video to promote our gig last month…heehee